Thank you so much for your comment on my blog, and for sharing you mom's story with me. I am quite certain that whatever happens after tomorrow will be better than what I've been living with for the past few weeks. But I am planning on being pain-free in no time so I, too, can travel again. Thanks too for the prayers, I do so appreciate it. 7 days ago
Judy, I hope you realize how much your comments means to me. Unlimited joy....yup, that is it, unlimited joy. You are so incredible how you do write with your heart, and so sincerely sincere. It means the world to me....unlimited joy. Thank you. xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo 9 days ago
Oooooooh Judy, what a beautiful and so very descriptive memory. I visualized everything as you so delicately described your moment, your special moment with the wild flowers. And I too was a bit of a wild child in the 60's as well. Though my days weren't in a field with the bunnies and deer and the morning dew, they were well spent at the ocean devouring the salt sea air and watching the waves pound the shores as the beautiful surfers would dance the ride on their boards...Yes, those were incredible days with Cat Stevens singing it is "a wild wild world..." it was Judy, wasn't it? 10 days ago
Thanks Judy for commenting on my blogs. Yes I upgraded to premium, and I am happy I did the upgrade. SparkCoach is free with premium, and you get rid of advertisements. You can get a weekly question or advice from a coach; I haven't done that often but they did respond with helpful tips when I asked anything. I chose the "just pay once" option at $29.99 for a lifetime Premium enrollment. Good luck getting back on track! (I gained weight in New Orleans, so I am working on getting back on track too).
We have snakes here in Central Oregon; diamondback rattlesnakes are the only poisonous ones. I've seen them a few times on the trails; they will slither off if you give them a chance. 12 days ago
Hi Judy, Thanks for your comments on my blog! I LOVED the food. We went to a cooking class and learned jambalaya and chicken gumbo, plus bread pudding. Plus we ate the food at the class of course!! It was crawfish season, so I did have crawfish also; they served them on a giant metal platter instead of newspaper (I thought they were a lot of work for a little bit of flesh, but I'm glad I tried them). Yes there was a lot of music! Mardi Gras parades had the marching bands, and afterward there were musicians on the streets in the French Quarter.